Stanbic IBTCT grow its Net Profit to N28.52bn from N18.89bn in 2015

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The management of The Stanbic IBTC bank plc through the Group has released the financial statement for the year under review which shown the group’s gross earnings increased by 11.7percent, while profit before tax increased by 56.3% for the year ended and its net profit for the financial year ended December 31, 2016 increased by about 51 percent.

A Net profit (profit after tax) stood at N28.52 billion in the review financial year ended 2016 as against N18.89 billion in the preceding financial year.

The board recommended the approval of a final dividend of 5 kobo per share for shareholders as agaisnt 5 kobo per share in 2015 for the year ended ended 31 December 2016. While about 87 percent (N24.64billion) bulk of the profit of the company will be kept in both statutory and retained earnings reserves for the year.

“The total unclaimed dividend fund as at 31 December 2016 amounted to N1,540 million compare with N1,574 million in 2015. A sum of N723 million of the fund balance; according to the report is held in an investment account (money market mutual fund) managed by Stanbic IBTC Asset Management Limited as against N523 million in 2015, while the balance is held in demand deposits maintained with Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC. Total income earned on the investment account and recognised by the company for the year ended 31 December 2016 was N61 million (2015: N77 million)

In the report contained saying “subsequent to 31 December 2016, the National Pension Commission approved the transfer of 176,470,588 ordinary shares of Access Bank PLC to Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC subject to filing of necessary returns with Corporate Affairs Commission.

“There were a total of 282 legal proceedings outstanding as at 31 December 2016 (Dec. 2015: 217 cases). 179 of these were against the group with claims amounting to N158 billion (31 December 2015: N399.6 billion), while 103 other cases were instituted by the group with claims amounting to N13 billion (31 December 2015: N9 billion).

Also, the group was penalised(paid money) by both the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) during the year value to total of N56.3m in 2016 compare with N20.28 million in previous year, 2015 which showed a detail of N45.4million went to CBN while N10.9million went to SEC too in the year under review.

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